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    Default Are these St Isabels?

    Being offered as such, would appreciate some experts chiming in.

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    They look like standard wilds to me. They appear very healthy, but don't look like St Isabels to me.

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    [QUOTE=Swedgin;1258955]Being offered as such, would appreciate some experts chiming in.

    Thank you

    I think Tobi they may very well be Santa Isabella Angels and a great looking group at that. I have referenced a vid I found which is public you can judge for yourself.
    These days there are getting harder to identify with some looking more Altum..ish and others looking more Scalare..ish.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GRm3oLLxg0

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    in my opinion they're st isabels. people say they're among the most aggressive angels

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    Are these a cross,has in Dantum angels?Also in albino.

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    What size are they?

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    they look wild to me.
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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    They're definitely wild, from Brazil. Body size a bit smaller than adult Altums.

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    If body size is a bit smaller than adult altums then I would assume they are approximately 6-8cm body diameter. They should be showing much more red spotting or red color across the top at this size for SIs. Also I like to see more orange in the fins once they reach young adult size. At least that's my experience importing these.

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    IMO they are look like the video below of Altums
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkm8tqz_Cn0

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    Default Re: Are these St Isabels?

    These are normal scalare. They are not altum or Santa Isabel.

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